EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT)- In-person services were held at Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Evansville for the first time in over two months Sunday morning.
Temperature checks were conducted at the door and people were escorted to pews to maintain social distancing. Parishioners were also required to wear masks.
Father Zach Etienne said that while he is concerned resuming in-person services amid COVID-19, he is confident the church is taking the necessary safety measures.
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